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Community Colleges are often a great alternative to four year colleges and universities. They are more likely to be close to home, tuition is usually much lower than the price of other in state public universities, and most community colleges offer excellent educational opportunities across a variety of majors and vocational training programs. In many cases, two year programs and Associate Degrees can even transfer seamlessly to those four year programs later, when you’re a little more certain about what, exactly, you want to study.
In addition to the low costs of community colleges in general, there are also a variety of additional scholarships, grants, and financial aid opportunities sponsored by the schools’ charitable foundations, local businesses, and other outside organizations. Whether you’re a first time community college freshman, returning sophomore, or transferring from a community college to a four-year school, there are scholarships available that fit almost every student’s situation.
Read on to browse through our entire collection of community college scholarships, or sign up today to get a personalized list of scholarships and grants that matches your own unique eligibility situation!
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